Eric Florack on August 5th, 2004

This is unreal This kind of scare tactics is what the Nazis used. Clearly, the Democrats are now in desperation mode; they’d not do something this blatant and this downright STUPID, if they were not terrified of the damage this will do to Kerry’s chances of winning. Look again at the link, and you tell […]

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An update to an earlier post, which desrves a whole seperate thread: AP says:: “Republican Sen. John McCain, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam, called an ad criticizing John Kerry’s military service ‘dishonest and dishonorable’ and urged the White House on Thursday to condemn it as well. ” …”McCain said that’s all in the […]

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Eric Florack on August 5th, 2004

Eugene Volokh says this morning: “A thoughtful acquaintance of mine sent around an e-mail expressing skepticism that what Mary Kay Letourneau did was all that bad. Many 12-year-old boys, he pointed out, would be quite happy to have sex with a 35-year-old woman. Perhaps this is even so for most 12-year-old boys, at least most […]

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Eric Florack on August 5th, 2004

James Frederick Dwight of soxblog comes up with a gem today. (Wait… Soxblog? As in he’s a Bston redsox fan? Hmmm… he’s from the Boston area, I’d guess…. this oughta be interesting…) ” if Kerry is so bright, where has he been hiding his allegedly fearsome intellect? Does “I voted for the $87 billion before […]

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Eric Florack on August 5th, 2004

McQ over at Q&O suggests John Kerry is about ready to go after the Swift Boat Vets for Truth that are telling about his ‘nam service. (I’ll bet you didn’t even know Kerry was in Vietnam, huh?) McQ suggests that: “…the tact may be to claim they’re actually embittered Republicans, disreputable, and one of them […]

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Backcountry Conservative is following a story about 350 miles down the road from us here. “FBI agents raided an Albany, N.Y., mosque early Thursday, arresting two men who were allegedly trying to launder money so they could buy shoulder-fired missiles. The men are identified as Yassim Muhhidin Aref, 34, the Imam of the Majid Al […]

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Eric Florack on August 5th, 2004

WorldNetDaily: Illinois dream matchup: Keyes v. Obama I’ve seen chatter about this the last few days. I figure the Democrats thought they had the district in the bag after doing the deed on Ryan. (Am I alone, or did it seema bit odd that this Obama flake shows up as the new darling of the […]

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Eric Florack on August 5th, 2004

I finaly took the time to read Zev Chafets column last night. “John Kerry is not a bad man. He probably wouldn’t make a bad President. But he is a bad candidate in a terrible situation. He represents the wing of the Democratic Party that is imbued with a sense of its own moral, intellectual, […]

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Oh, dear. What’s THIS?: “JOHN KERRY’S FORMER COMMANDING OFFICER ADMITS TO ‘KEVIN MCCULLOUGH SHOW’ TODAY THAT HE ASKED KERRY TO LEAVE FOLLOWING THE ISSUANCE OF THIRD PURPLE HEART.” Read it.

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